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Non-modified item listed as modified - remote revision issue?

From: weie <henrik.weiefors_at_sentientplus.com>
Date: Tue, 18 Nov 2014 05:32:28 -0800 (PST)


I have a project repo in which I include part of a "core" repo as an external item. In this particular case I am including a branch of the core repo, specifically dedicated to the project.

The project is uses explicit revisions of the external (operative rev).

Now, I have made and committed a change in the branch of the core repo, then updated the project repo externals definition to the corresponding operative revision.

Everything looks fine and dandy, and all files are of the correct revisions. Project working copy (and its externals) are all updated.

This is my issue: if I on the root of the project working copy do a "check for modifications / check repository" it lists the newly committed core project changes as modifications. If I diff, there are no modifications, and there is nothing to commit.

The only discernible difference I can see is that the "remote revision" of the recently committed external item is older than the "revision". Clean-up of the working copy does not help the issue.

If I at this point checkout a pristine working copy the issue goes away - no modifications are listed.

Since all the files are actually correct this is not a critical issue, but a bit of an annoyance as the "check for mods"-window gets cluttered with a bunch of items which aren't changed.

Any suggestions on how to resolve it would be appreciated (or hint on if I'm doing anything wrong) - I'm not too keen on having to pull out pristine w-c:s all the time.



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